• StPauls
    St. Paul’s Catholic Church

    We, the members of St. Paul Parish, Vicksburg, Mississippi, believe that through baptism and reception of the Holy Spirit, we have been called as a people of God to more closely following the words and examples of Jesus. We place our complete trust in His message that we are members of one family in Him, […]

    Pemberton House

    Confederate General John Pemberton set up his headquarters in downtown Vicksburg at the Wills-Cowan house near the corner of Crawford and Adams Streets. It is in this house that the decision to surrender Vicksburg to the Union was made. The house was not originally part of the Vicksburg National Military Park, which was created in […]

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    Crews Grady PLLC

    At Crews Grady PLLC, we take pride in our work. We value our clients, their family, property, and the people that are most precious to them. We prevent conflict, foster Christian resolutions to worldly problems, offer practical solutions to complicated family and business dynamics, think out of the box, and believe in looking for the good in […]

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    Crawford Street UMC

    The United Methodist Church has many doors through which people share in serving God and others. Whether you visit in person or via the Internet, we hope you discover something here to encourage you in your spiritual journey. 900 Crawford Street Phone: 601-636-5612 [email protected] Website Facebook Page

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    Peyton Bryan Hair Artist

    Hair Artist and Educator located in Historic Downtown Vicksburg specializing in balayage, dimensional color, long hair design, and blondes. 710 Crawford Street Phone: (601) 831-4882

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    Balfour House

    Balfour House (1835). Corner of Cherry and Crawford. Home of famous Vicksburg siege diarist Emma Balfour. Was the setting for one of the most dramatic moments in Vicksburg history when the Balfours hosted a Christmas Eve ball in 1862 for Confederate officers and their ladies. A little past midnight a courier interrupted the festivities to […]